The B&MK Waterway Trust was established in 1995 to promote the development of a broad waterway which will link the Grand Union Canal in Milton Keynes to the river Great Ouse in Bedford through a series of waterway parks. It will include pathways and green space designed to meet the needs of walkers, cyclists, fishermen, and those who simply like to stand and stare.
A close-up view of the “A to Z” plan for the Bedford and Milton Keynes Waterway is pointing up real progress over the past year – and some tricky issues ahead. “Everyone is working really hard on it and we … Continue reading
The community boat commissioned by the Bedford & Milton Keynes Waterway Trust (B&MK) is nearing completion and has been named after one of Bedford’s most famous sons – John Bunyan. A competition to name the boat drew 22 suggestions. John … Continue reading
The Bedford & Milton Keynes Waterway Trust will be launching the new Bedford Community Boat in June 2013. The boat will be available for both public trips and private hire. Public trips run most weekends and often on Thursdays too. … Continue reading
Like a searchlight picking out hidden activity, the scale and scope of the support and commitment of local councils as part of the consortium driving the B&MK waterway project forward shone during the third annual partnership conference of the B&MK … Continue reading